Kawasaki has unveiled its 2013 KX series motocross bikes. Both models receive updates for 2013 but perhaps the biggest change is the new pneumatic fork on the KX450F. The KX450F has done well for Kawasaki, thanks to Ryan Villopoto’s 2011 and 2012 AMA Supercross and 2011 AMA Motocross championships. The 2013 Kawasaki KX450F is equipped […]
Kawasaki Celebrates 30 Years Of Ninjas With Anniversary Model ZX-6Rs
In 1985 Ronald Reagan is President, Back To The Future is a box office smash, New Coke is introduced and so is Kawasaki’s first 600cc Ninja sportbike. Thirty years later we’re still riding Ninjas but, thankfully, drinking original recipe Coca-Cola. For 2015, Kawasaki celebrates three decades of Ninja models with a 30th Anniversary Ninja ZX-6R and Ninja ZX-6R ABS.
The 30th Anniversary Ninja models will be recognizable by their Lime Green/Pearl Stardust White paint, with green pinstripe decals on the wheels, and 30th Anniversary badges. Standard 6R Ninjas will be available in one color, Metallic Matte Carbon Gray/Flat Ebony.
Ninja ZX-6Rs feature class-leading technology including Selectable Engine Power Modes, Three-mode Kawasaki Traction Control (KTRC), F.C.C. clutch with assist and slipper functions, Showa Separate Function Big Piston Fork (SFF-BP) and Nissin one-piece monobloc radial-mount front brake calipers and radial-pump front brake master cylinder. The ZX-6R ABS Ninja is, obviously, the anti-lock-brakes version.
MSRPs for the 2015 ZX-6R Ninjas are $11,699 and $11,999 for the standard 6R and 30th Anniversary Edition, respectively, and $12,699/$12,999 for the standard ABS and 30th Anniversary Edition ABS models, respectively.